Idiotic Comment of the Day: Greens' Adam Bandt


Like all on the extreme environmental Left, Bandt inhabits a fantasy world where a country like Australia can simply stop using coal, like, today, and our entire economy will continue as normal, powered by, er, you know, solar and wind, right? Total f**kwit.

Mr Bandt said he was “stunned” to hear the state would potentially expand brown coal mining for both domestic use and export and vowed the Greens would try and block the move federally.

“The Premier, Ted Baillieu, is an environmental vandal and must be stopped,” the Melbourne MP told reporters in Canberra.

“It seems that the Government refuses to accept that coal causes climate change because if they accepted that they wouldn’t be taking this course of action,” he said. (source)

It’s good to see the Greens reminding everyone how disconnected they are from reality now and again. And also reminding voters that it is ecotards like him that are running the country, thanks to Julia’s grubby deal back in 2010.


  1. Baillieu is the biggest sucker for the global warming scare in the Liberal party (save for Malcolm Turnbull) and Bandt is labelling him as a skeptic. This is one of the few good things the Victorian premier has actually done, and the economic vandal’s criticism simply confirms that Baillieu is on the right track.

    • Not a fan of Ted Baillieu? Personally I don’t mind him. Has been put into a tough situation.

  2. Adam Bandt, that’s climate change lingo for “I’m an idiot”.

  3. Baldrick says:

    Victoria is home to one of the largest and lowest cost energy sources in the world – brown coal.

    But wait … let’s take the more unreliable and expensive alternative and use ‘renewable energy’… after all, jobs and economic expansion come second to Adam Brandt.

    • The Greens have already exerted their extreme views of Victoria’s Brown Industry back in 2008 with Milne sending a big shiver through the property market, and consequently having very poor financial implications for my family. We had our house on the market having to move to Melbourne for health reasons and lost massively. We never really recovered and have struggled with an animosity for this irresponsible party and the individual MPs.
      Now it is an identical scenario and notwithstanding if these “clowns” rip this opportunity apart other families may experience the pain of a party that attracts no more that 14% of the vote but thinks they 100% in control of not only Australia but the world.

  4. Lee Williams via Facebook says:

    He’s a tool.

  5. How about Clive Palmer’s remarks about the link between The Greens and the CIA? Or do you actually believe him?

    This article if you don’t know what I’m talking about, (feel free to delete the link if it is not inline with your blog style).

  6. warcroft says:

    Now coal causes climate change?

  7. “Ecotard”…I like it 😀

  8. Sceptical Sam says:

    Go for it Baillieu. A very smart decision. And while you at it make sure you put a solid royalty on each tonne; it won’t hurt the mining companies because it comes of their super-profit liability.

    At last the States are looking to defend their Constitutional rights against the constant attacks from the Labor/Green economic subversives in Canberra.

  9. Mike Saunders via Facebook says:

    Adam Bandt should stick to what he does best… hugging trees.

  10. You know that thing I do, where I point out that the story you’ve linked to bears little-to-no resemblance to the news item it’s discussing? That.

    Now, if you’ll excuse me, these nice CIA gentlemen and I have important business to discuss.

  11. Mike Saunders via Facebook says:

    Ha! Sam yes, so true, but just more evidence of how totally detached from reality idiots like Bandt really are!

  12. AussieRainbow says:

    Adam Bandt? Thick as a brick and then some!


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